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The founder of The Neuroplasticity Alliance, Sherry discusses her quest for neuroplastic programs to help people recover from all types of neurological illnesses and challenges. Understanding the barriers and driven to action - Sherry works to tackle the barriers, break them down - and bring awareness and accessibility to individuals, providers, cl…
 
If you or someone you know is suffering from depression, help is available. Contact HeadsUpGuys.com for information and resources, or to find a therapist near you. Dr. John Ogrodniczuk, founder of Heads Up Guys, and researcher at UBC discusses the silent epidemic of male suicide and the need for awareness and resources in the field of mental health…
 
In this week’s episode, we are joined by Marc Saab, founder and managing director of BML Technology, a company that helps organizations develop digital health solutions to improve patient outcomes, and one of ABI Wellness’ scientific advisors. Tune in to hear Marc discuss the progression of medical technologies to give patients more understanding a…
 
Advocacy, Awareness and Support. These are the guiding principles for Jenny Clarke, Co-founder and CEO of Same You. Jenny founded the Same You Charity to help bring awareness to and bridge the gaps in brain injury recovery. Compelled to action by experiencing the lack of support and the challenges people experience, she is inspired to 'break down t…
 
Dr. Jan Venter is leading the way in functional neurology, by looking at disease prevention not just treating the ailments. His overall health assessment and targeted treatment programs looks at healthy aging, health optimization, and using evidence-based therapies to treat the body as a whole. And take note, Dr. Venter talks about basic accessible…
 
Today we speak with Jennifer Carnegie, a neuro-occupational therapist with a focus on providing therapies that promote meaningful activities and ADL's. She discussed how meaningful function is an individualized approach and differs with each person and may change over time. Jennifer talks about and the many benefits of technology in healthcare and …
 
This week on the podcast features Mark Halvorson, brain injury survivor and advocate, support group leader, and author. In this episode, Mark shares his brain injury recovery story and discusses specialized rehab options. He advocates for better support for the whole family of a brain injury survivor and discusses his own role in peer counseling an…
 
This week on the podcast we are joined by Bill Barrable, CEO of Praxis Spinal Cord Institute. At Praxis, Bill leads an expert team focused on creating solutions for people with spinal cord injuries. In this episode, he discusses with Mark the purpose of Praxis, not just to carry out clinical trials and other research, but to help move new knowledge…
 
In this week’s episode, we hear from Zara Dureno, occupational therapist and neuro coach. Her message is inspiring, as she shares her knowledge about the “brain’s amazing capacity to change”. She explains what it means to be an occupational therapist and how she empowers the individuals she works with and helps them regain the ability to do what is…
 
This week on the podcast, Michelle Taschereau, Director of Customer Experience at ABI Wellness is taking over for a conversation with Cathy Williams and Adriana Patino to discuss the challenges they’ve faced with Long COVID. Cathy and Adriana each share details of their experience in seeking and receiving help for the debilitating symptoms they’ve …
 
If you’re a healthcare professional with a need to standardize and optimize patient care in cognitive rehab, this week’s episode is made for you! Mark Watson, CEO of ABI Wellness, takes just a few minutes to tell you why you should sign up for our upcoming training session to add the Brain Enhance and Recovery System (BEARS) to your clinic. Find ou…
 
In a short special episode, Mark Watson dives into the journey behind the research and creation of the Brain Enhance and Recovery System, from his work with special education, using neuroplasticity to help children with learning disabilities to adapting the program to help people with brain injuries and all types of brain health concerns. He descri…
 
How can advancement and progression be maximized while treating brain injuries in occupational therapy? In this episode, we hear from Shannon Orr, an occupational therapist and partner at Complex Injury Rehab, about the importance of using a research-based approach in brain injury recovery. Shannon talks about combining neuroplasticity research and…
 
What actionable steps can a person take, regardless of their age, to improve brain health? This week’s episode is filled with life-changing practical advice from Dr. Krystal Culler, founder and creative director of the Virtual Brain Health Center. Krystal is a Doctor of Behavioral Health with a background in the psychology of aging, gerontology, an…
 
How does neuroplasticity programming work in a physical therapy setting to enable patients to be their best selves? This week we hear from Shannon O’Kelley, president of IRG Physical & Hand Therapy a group with clinics throughout the Northwest. Join us as Shannon talks about how innovation serves individuals and communities and discusses how neurop…
 
This week on the podcast we are switching things up a bit! Michelle Taschereau, Director of Customer Experience at ABI Wellness is taking over for a conversation with Alexandra Noble, a participant in our Brain Enhance and Recovery System (BEARS) program. In this episode, Alex talks all about her journey of recovery from multiple systemic infectiou…
 
This week on the podcast we hear from Drew Dudley! Drew is a leadership author, educator, and speaker, and the founder of Day One Leadership. In this episode, he shares insight into the role of empathy in leadership and how to get past self-doubt. He also discusses with Mark the need for a holistic focus in medicine, “treating the whole person,” to…
 
This week, Mark sits down with Ed Middleton, physical therapist and clinical owner of Newleaf Total Wellness Centre in Abbotsford, BC. In this episode, they discuss intersections between physiotherapy and neurological therapy and why it’s necessary to move beyond compensatory strategies in treatment. Ed also shares his thoughts on the future of bra…
 
This week on the podcast, Mark is joined by Devon Cochrane, Occupational Therapist, and Clinic Manager at Tall Tree Integrated Health Centre. In this episode, Devon shares why he got into occupational medicine and how he began exploring and gaining expertise in concussion and brain injury treatment. Mark and Devon discuss the field of occupational …
 
This week, Mark is joined by Aaron Klassen. Aaron is the Founder and CEO of TBI Behavioral & Residential Consultants, an organization in Michigan which provides care for mental health, brain injury, autism, and substance misuse. In this episode, he discusses what led him to build this organization as a solution for those looking for help and shares…
 
This week on the podcast Mark sits down Tracy Milner, founder and CEO of BrainFx and VP Product at Highmark Interactive. They discuss the growing field of neuroscience, specifically aligning assessment and treatment to help clients recover in cognitive care. Brain Mastery is hosted by CEO of ABI Wellness, Mark Watson. He is an expert on brain injur…
 
In this week’s short episode, we hear from Niall Granger a BEARS certified cognitive coach and professional fitness trainer. He and Mark discuss the holistic benefit of ABI Wellness’ Brain Enhance and Recovery System, and helping people reach their potential by combining physical and mental fitness. Brain Mastery is hosted by CEO of ABI Wellness, M…
 
This week we are joined by Jacqueline Theis, OD, FAAO, an optometrist with residency training in neuro-optometry, who treats patients with visual complaints and double vision due to brain injury and neurological disease. In this episode, she talks about how eye health can intertwine with brain health, and how that can impact people after concussion…
 
This week on the podcast, Mark is joined by Scott Maxwell, the executive director of Wounded Warriors Canada. In this episode, Scott talks about the occupational awareness training for healthcare providers that support first responders and veterans, and their families, available thanks to Wounded Warriors Canada. He discusses the importance of ment…
 
This week’s episode features Jeff Dallin, owner of Innovative Fitness Victoria. In this episode, he dives into the topic of personal growth and health. He shares what step one is on a journey to better health and fitness and how you can be anchored to your goal. Brain Mastery is hosted by CEO of ABI Wellness, Mark Watson. He is an expert on brain i…
 
This week, Mark talks with Dr. Jennifer Fraser, Ph.D., teacher, author, and founder of The Bullied Brain. In this episode, Dr. Fraser shares her knowledge about the damaging impact bullying has on the brain and discusses society’s approach to brain health. Her passion for changing the patterns and conditions of abuse on a large scale is apparent as…
 
This week on the podcast we are joined by Dr. Sasha Blaskovich, chiropractric doctor and director of The Whiplash and Injury Clinic. Dr. Blaskovich specializes in assess patients with head and neck trauma using the latest functional diagnostic technology. In this episode, he shares with us how his own experiences with post-concussive syndrome led t…
 
This week we hear from Sandra Heusel, Admissions Director at Eaton Arrowsmith Center for Neuroeducation. Sandra shares her insights gained from years of working with children with learning disabilities. She also talks about the importance of targeting specific struggles and increasing brain capacity through cognitive exercises. Brain Mastery is hos…
 
For this week’s episode, we hear from Taylor Johnson, a performance optimization coach and project manager at Statespace. Taylor shares his passion for health enhancement and his experience in traditional sports, esports, and technology. He discusses his person-first approach to work and life, promoting wellness and high achievement. Brain Mastery …
 
In this week’s episode, we are joined by Sheila Thelen, an international figure skating coach and owner of Vestibular Training Services. In this podcast, Sheila describes how you can train your brain through sport and how she applies vestibular training tools to help with autism/sensory sensitivity, rehabilitation, aging, and athletics. Brain Maste…
 
"This week’s episode features Dr. Aaron Thompson, an occupational medicine specialist physician. In this episode, Dr. Thompson explains in depth what occupational medicine is and how it can benefit people with greatly varied needs and conditions. He and Mark discuss the importance of seeking treatment or assessment instead of ignoring symptoms and …
 
This week on the podcast we are joined once again by Dr. Greg O’Shanick, MD. Dr. O’Shanick is the President and Medical Director of the Center for Neurorehabilitation Services in Richmond, VA and the Medical Director Emeritus of the Brain Injury Association of America, as well as ABI Wellness’ very own Senior Scientific Advisor. In this episode, Ma…
 
This week we are joined by Matt Sanchez, clinic director and owner of NeuroChangers in Ontario. In this episode, Matt talks about physical therapy and how he started a clinic with a focus on treating clients with neurological conditions. He also shares why innovation is important as he ensures that clinicians at NeuroChangers have the best availabl…
 
In this episode, Mark sits down with Matt Johnston, a firefighter and mental health professional, to discuss helping first responders have greater support and resources for mental health. Matt talks about his personal experience witnessing trauma firsthand as a firefighter himself and the importance of normalizing and talking about mental health ch…
 
In this week’s episode, we’re hearing more about the neurological effects of long COVID from cardiologist Dr. Alice Perlowski. Dr. Perlowski speaks from both personal and professional experience as she shares how her severe case of COVID-19 resulted in brain damage and altered her day-to-day life. Now the Chief Medical Officer of Blooming Magnolia,…
 
In this episode, ABI Wellness CEO Mark Watson and professional broadcaster Scott Rintoul sit down with Olympic silver medalist, former NHL goalie and coach, and mental health advocate Corey Hirsch. The three discuss some of the personal struggles they’ve faced, from cancer to suicidal ideation, and compare their experiences. They also talk about me…
 
In this week’s episode, we hear from John Kennedy, a best-selling author, brain coach, and international speaker. John talks about his military background and how he started working in brain health. He shares several incredible success stories from his clients, who he has helped use neuroplasticity to heal their brains. John discusses using a resul…
 
Find out how to remove barriers to getting fit to take care of both your mental and physical health in this week’s episode featuring Martin Parnell, author and record-setting distance runner. In the episode, Martin discusses how he started running at age 47 and how that dedication to his health helped him as he was hospitalized due to a blood clot …
 
How does breathwork enhance our mental and physical performance? This week on the podcast, we hear from Josh Duntz, founder of Stasis, a digital health company focused on helping people optimize their health and performance through their breath. In this episode, Josh discusses his background in the military and how witnessing the mental health stru…
 
For the last special episode of Clinical Provider’s Month, guest host Scott Rintoul talks to Lisa Huskins, Occupational Therapist at Leading Edge Physiotherapy in Alberta. Listen now to hear from Lisa about the importance of interdisciplinary care, working with insurance providers, and why the real-time progress tracking with BEARS is useful as she…
 
For this week’s episode of Clinical Provider’s Month, guest host Scott Rintoul sits down with Jordan McCarl, kinesiologist, strength and conditioning specialist, and BEARS cognitive facilitator at Sea to Sky Sports Physio. In this episode, Jordan discusses concussion awareness and why a neuroplasticity-focused treatment program resonated with him. …
 
Clinical Provider’s Month on the podcast continues with Shannon Orr, Occupational Therapist at Complex Injury Rehab! In this episode, guest host Scott Rintoul talks to Shannon about what being an occupational therapist looks like and how the field is continuously evolving. Shannon discusses using BEARS as a tool for cognitive recovery at her clinic…
 
Welcome to our special feature of Clinical Provider’s Month on the podcast! This week, guest host Scott Rintoul sits down with Jason Cruickshank, BEARS cognitive facilitator at ECHOS. Jason discusses how he got into the field of brain health and shares experiences from his career working with people who have different types of cognitive challenges,…
 
In this episode we are joined by Dr. Scott Goldman, Ph.D., sport psychologist for the Golden State Warriors and owner of Athletic Intelligence Measures. Listen as Dr. Goldman shares his insights from working with top athletes in a range of sports around the world. Dr. Goldman also discusses athletic performance and intelligence evaluation and how h…
 
Why is it important to combine physical and cognitive training to prevent and recover from sports injury? In this episode, we are joined by Nicole Pederson, a kinesiologist and BEARS cognitive facilitator at Sea to Sky Sports Physio in Squamish, BC. Listen as Nicole discusses how mental fatigue can increase the likelihood of injury with extreme spo…
 
We have a bonus episode for you this week! In this episode, Doug Nelson, President of The Discovery Group, sits down with host Mark Watson to discuss his work with social profit organizations. Listen to hear Doug’s take about sharing your mistakes to connect with others and learn together. Brain Mastery is hosted by the CEO of ABI Wellness, Mark Wa…
 
This week we are joined on the podcast by John Shamoon, a rehabilitation support worker at Stride Rehabilitation Services who works with people after brain injury or spinal cord injury as well as those with developmental disabilities, addiction, and mental health struggles. In this episode, John shares how he takes a compassionate, person-first app…
 
This week we are switching it up to give you better insight into ABI Wellness and how we are changing the field of brain healthcare! Scott Rintoul, professional sports broadcaster, takes over hosting to interview Mark Watson, our very own CEO and regular host of Brain Mastery. Listen to Mark share his insights into brain injury and concussion recov…
 
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